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After years of struggling with the planners designed for and by office workers, I figured out that it wasn’t me that was the problem: it was the design of the planners. Creative people approach their work differently. Most of us don’t work 8–5, and we don’t have projects that we can plan to get done during the same times each day. The limiting factor for us is not the amount of time we have available, but rather the type of time we have available. One size does not fit all when it comes to planners. Check out the planners below to see which ones best relate to what you’re trying to do, and give them a try! These planners all mate together well because they crystallize years of lessons learned about planning for creative people. The 2016 Planners Are Coming Soon. The Productivity Heatmap Download: Blank Daily Productivity Heatmap (70088) The Monthly Action Planner Download: Monthly Action Planner - September 2015 (239) The Action Planner Series The Project Planner Series The Handoff Holder

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Afron 10 dollar robot Michael Rubenstein, Radhika Nagpal, Christian Ahler Self-Organizing Systems Research Group Harvard University The following describes our entry in the AFRON "10 Dollar Robot" design challenge, in the traditional: computing on-board, and programming off-board category. How to Go From Working 60 Hours a Week to 40 By Sending 2 Emails a Week I’m convinced 95% of cubicle workers who work over 60 hours a week constantly can cut it down to 40-45 hours by sending 2 emails a week to their boss: Email #1: What you plan on getting done this week Email #2: What you actually got done this week That’s it. These 2 emails will prevent you from working 60 hours a week, while improving your relationship with your boss and getting the best work you’ve ever done. Here’s what Email #1 looks like:

Klutch Magnetic Tool Trays — 4-Pc. Set Overall Rating: Klutch Magnetic Tool Trays — 4-Pc. Set, How to Get Yourself to Do Things I have a special sympathy for sufferers of a particular human problem, and I get more emails about it than just about any other topic. There are normal people, who get overwhelmed on those occasions when they have more obligations to fulfill than time in which to fulfill them. Then there are us procrastinators, who are constantly overwhelmed, because even when we do have time, we don’t make use of it until we no longer have enough of it. Procrastinators are familiar with the perverse feeling of watching oneself create trouble out of nothing, essentially volunteering for penalties, embarrassment and regret. We’re kind of like those people who are so predictably, stupidly late for everything that the rest of us learn to tell them to arrive at seven o’clock for what is actually an eight o’clock appointment. The difference is that the appointments we miss are with ourselves, which means there are no social consequences to limit the scope of our delinquency.

Dilshan R Jayakody's Project Repository - Simple Automatic Car Battery Charger This is modified version of commonly available automatic car battery charger system. I obtain original layout of this charger from one of the commercially available Chinese car battery charger and modified some of the sections of original schematic to improve the performance and stability of the system. This charger is mainly based on LM311 comparator and 2 × 12V 4A transformer. All the components of this car battery charger are commonly available in the market. Ammeter in this system must be withstand for minimum of 8A current. Low cost ammeter can also be used with suitable shunt.

100 time, energy, and attention hacks to become more productive When I graduated University with a business degree last May, I received two incredible full-time job offers, both of which I declined because I had a plan. For exactly one year, from May 1, 2013, through May 1, 2014, I would devour everything I could get my hands on about productivity, and write every day about the lessons I learned on A Year of Productivity. Over the last 12 months I have conducted countless productivity experiments on myself, interviewed some of the most productive people in the world, and read a ton of books and academic literature on productivity, all to explore how I could become as productive as possible, and then write about the lessons I learned. One year, 197 articles, and over one million hits later, I’ve reached the end of my year-long journey, but not before going out with a bang. This article’s a long one, but it’s pretty skimmable! Without further ado, let’s jump in.

UA Transfer Guides Scroll To Top My Akron Calendars Maps Jobs 40 of the Best To-Do Apps for Personal Task Management What was once the simple choice between using a notebook, legal pad, or stack of Post-it notes to manage your personal to-do list is now a mind-numbing decision between dozens of to-do apps. Flashy apps that offer more features than you could ever use. Free apps that are so bare you wonder how they'd be helpful at all. And paid apps that look just right, but you're not sure it's worth paying the price just to find out. Wonder no more. We've rounded up 40 of the most popular to-do apps, ranging from simple apps with just a list of tasks to advanced apps that let you organize your tasks, projects, notes and more.

The newer, cheaper Kakureya II: The perfect secret fort/box for studying, drinking, or napping With Japanese housing being as cramped as it is, designating a whole room as a man cave, reading nook, sewing room, or any other sort of area solely dedicated to your hobbies and passions is an unattainable luxury for many people. That’s why earlier this year, we took a look at the Kakureya, an enclosed capsule where you could have a little private me time as you watch movies, listen to music, or relax with some aroma therapy, among other suggestions from the manufacturer. After all the attention the initial model received, it’s now time for a follow-up, with the Kakureya II, an improved version that offers even more creature comfort at a price about half that of the original. Like its predecessor, the seatback of the Kakureya II is attached to the unit’s fourth wall. Sit down, slide in, and bask in your newfound privacy, unworried about whether or not your family members are giving the exterior puzzled and/dirty looks.

8 Great Tools to Block Online Distractions The problem with the web is there's just so much of it; an endless tide of funny videos, pop quizzes, and social alerts ready to distract you from other, more urgent tasks at hand. We wouldn't say there's anything inherently wrong with killing time online, but if you really need to buckle down on an important job then these tools should help. KeepMeOut

Curriculum Guides Welcome to the site for our majors and their respective curriculum guides. You will see that the guides are arranged by the College in which they are housed. And not all majors are listed on the front. So if you don’t see your major or if you are not sure what your major is or which College it is in please click on the “more” to see a complete list from that college. A Preamplifier for Smartphone Oscilloscopes - Waterfox Calibrating the Voltage Settings Some people won’t care whether the voltages are completely accurate; seeing the waveforms and frequency spectra is enough. They can stop here. Otherwise, you will need to fine-tune the trimpot with a source of calibrated low voltage sine waves around 1000 Hz.